Dynamos handed tricky ACL draw

HARARE - Dynamos have been drawn to play Mochudi Centre Chiefs in the preliminary round of the 2014 African Champions League and could face South African giants Kaizer Chiefs to reach the mini-league stage.

The 20 times Zimbabwean champions will host Chiefs of Botswana at home for the first leg on the weekend of February 7, 8, 9, according to the draw released by the Confederation of African Football (Caf) yesterday.

The Glamour Boys will then travel to Gaborone for the second leg on the weekend of February 14, 15 and 16.

If DeMbare manage to negotiate past their opening game, they will then meet the winner between AS Vita of DRC and Nigeria's Kano Pillars in the first round of the tournament.

A potentially-explosive final round clash against South Africa’s Kaizer Chiefs is in waiting provided Amakhosi negotiate their way in the preliminary and first round clashes.

Kaizer Chiefs take on Namibian side Black Africa in the preliminary round and are likely to face Liga Muculmana in first round.

Five teams, Coton Sport (Cameroun), El Ahly (Egypt), TP Mazembe (RD Congo), Hilal (Sudan), C.S.S. (Tunisia), E.S.T. (Tunisia) were handed byes.

The Glamour Boys last reached the mini-league stage of Africa’s premier club competition in 2010 when they finished bottom of their group.

Comments (3)

Yaaa muripatyt maface angu

Kugona - 18 December 2013

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moremi rapoo - 7 February 2014

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moremi rapoo - 7 February 2014

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